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Headlines – What The Italian Newspapers Say

| News | Autore: David Amoyal

By: Nima Tavallaey

The frontpages of the three main Italian sportspapers are dominated by the news that AC Milan has been sold and that Silvio Berlusconi is no longer the owner of the club.

Milano-based Gazzetta dello Sport tops with "Sold! Milan is Chinese" as well as briefly mentioning that former Inter Director Marco Fassone could take over at Milan as the club's next CEO. Some space is also dedicated to Inter's heavy 1-6 loss vs Tottenham as well as who Juventus will sign to replace Pogba: Matuidi, Luiz Gustavo, Matic and Witsel.

Rome-based Corriere dello Sport tops with "Milan, Chinese gold" reporting that after 30 years Berlusconi leaves the Rossoneri. Corriere reports further that €350 million will be spent on the transfer window over the next 3 years, €100 million now. Some space is dedicated to yesterday's Tottenham win over Inter in Oslo as well as Roma's draw vs Porto in the Champions League.

Turin-based Tuttosport however tops with Juventus dealing on the transfer window with the headline: "Juventus:Witsel-Matuidi, to be decided by...Pjanic." The next Bianconeri signing will depend on the Bosnian midfielder's role on the pitch. Some space is dedicated to Berlusconi's departure.

Below the entire frontpages of the three main Italian sportpapers can be seen. Don't forget to check out GianlucaDiMarzio.com throughout the day for the latest transfer news and more.

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